Creativity and Consciousness: Philosophical and Psychological Dimensions

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Jerzy Brzeziński
Rodopi, 1993 - Philosophy - 412 pages
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Contents

Editors Introduction
7
Krystyna Zamiara The psychological approach to creativity A criti
15
Franklin Creativity and depth in understanding
41
Zdzisława Piątek Creativity of life and F W Nietzsches idea of
59
A psychological ap
75
Krystyna Zamiara Some remarks on Piagets notion of conscious
101
Anna Gałdowa and Aleksander Nelicki Attitudes towards values as
117
Leszek Nowak On creativity in theorybuilding
131
Banjamin Wallace Andrzej Kokoszka and Deanna D Turosky His
233
Paradigm opposition
257
Anna Brzezińska Creative expression versus projection
281
The role of psychophysiological components in explanation
297
Piotr Wolski Hemispheric asymmetry and consciousness Is there
305
Andrzej Kokoszka A rationale for psychology of consciousness
313
Nuovo Consciousness and attention
325
Tomasz Maruszewski Two looks on consciousness Is there any inter
337

Izabella Nowak Discovery and correspondence A contribution
143
Jerzy Brzeziński Research process in psychology in the context of
155
Wilkes Inside insight
203
Maria and Gioacchino Lavanco History
213
Maria and Gioacchino Lavanco Consciousunconscious
225
Marek Kowalczyk On the question of the functions of consciousess
351
Dean Keith Simonton From childhood giftedness to creative genius
367
Magdalena Fafrowicz Tadeusz Marek and Czesław Noworol
383
Mark A Runco and Joni Radio Gaynor Creativity and optimal
395
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